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Michael J. Fox and the politics on YouTube

Michael J. Fox and the politics on YouTube

Above the tv-spot Michael J. Fox made for the Missouri election campaign for Claire McCaskill. She is pro stem cell research, a very important method for researching parkinson’s disease.

Rush Limbaugh, a American radio talk show, gives the American pro-life movement a voice but did it in a very inpropriate way. According to Limbaugh Fox didn’t take his medication in order to exaggerate the symptoms of Parkinsons.
I don’t have a opinion about stem cell research right now. I have to think about it a lot more. But the way Limbaugh react is shameless, how would he react if he had parkinson himself.

Besides the political aspects of this issue, the remarkable thing is that discussion went on at YouTube. That’s a kind of democracy which is new.
Watch the video’s below with all responses to the issue or do a search at YouTube.

Olbermann (MSNBC) addresses Limbaugh’s attack of Fox’s character.

In an exclusive interview with CBS’ Katie Couric, Michael J Fox responds to Rush Limbaughs allegations that he (Fox) deliberately didn’t take his medication in order to exaggerate the symptoms of Parkinsons:

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